Vintage pocket chronograph movement identification

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    Vintage pocket chronograph movement identification

    Hi,
    Can someone recognize this?



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    Re: Vintage pocket chronograph movement identification

    The escapement and permanent seconds hand bridge shows that it is very likely a Reymond Freres (Valjoux) movement. What size is it? On the basis of the pictures, I'd go for the 17''' Valjoux Cal. 25 SRV (look here, about half way down: http://www.faszination-uhrwerk.de/w/...raphen-17.html) but I can't be sure. There also seems ot be a spring missing if that's really the movement.

    Hartmut Richter

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    Re: Vintage pocket chronograph movement identification

    Thank You very much for pointing the way, I think I found it by comparing Valjouxes in that website :)

    Valjoux 61 VBB


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